The duty of the Legislature in tlie premisea is plain. For the welfare of tlie great edueationul InMUutlon of tlie State which ia eherished witli pardonable prtde by our people, the Legislature caimot afford to let rest upon Gov. Luce the responsibility to be incurred by sustaininff hls veto of the University nppropriution bill. Kor can it as a body supposed to PBprewnt tho senlinients of the people of tlils ('üiiuiioiiweftltli take upou itself tlie results tlmt must fullow tlie witholding of suffleient fuuds to properly carry on the l.niveisity and keep it lu the front rank M an educalional institution. The Oovernor ruay have been sincere in his veto, aud for tba (alta of uliurity let us so believe. But liii position is not strengthened by the tact that he urged and in truth commanded, both branches of the Legislature to recull the bill and modify it eUe approval would be with held. Tlicrcforc as Governor Luce has satIslled li is honor, let the Le-iis-lature do 1 kewise.